Matthew 18: 21-35 for Sunday, September 14, 2014

Teach Me Your Paths

 

 

 

“Standing humbly before God’s gaze not only unites the psyche but it…frees us from…the vertigo of imagination. It’s the whirlpool of imagination, looking here, there and everywhere. Standing before one, accepting God literally allows you to be composed and gathered into one place. You can be in one place; you can be here, now. You stop always looking over there, for tomorrow’s happiness. Then, and always, “now is the favorable time, today is the day of salvation” (2 Corinthians 6:2).
~ Richard Rohr in Things Hidden: Scripture as Spirituality, p.65.

Artwork: Teach Me Your Paths by Jan Richardson
(janrichardsonimages.com)

Music: Missile Bell by Trace Bundy
(tracebundy.com)

Published by Todd Spencer

I am a spiritual director for adults, a minister of spiritual formation, a husband and father. I live in the beautiful town of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

6 thoughts on “Matthew 18: 21-35 for Sunday, September 14, 2014

    1. Hi Rochelle- Thank you for the note. It’s strange, it took about 4 reloads of my browser to get this week ‘s to run on my end too. Although, by way of my Apple Podcasts app it loaded and played right away. I will have to check on a few things. I apologize for hassle. Thank you for your patience!

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      1. I will check tomorrow. It might just be my laptop and where I am. I certainly appreciate your weekly posts. Your reading and the music help me to relax and to inspire me for the week, especially when it is the lectionary reading I am using for my sermon. God’s blessings. Rochelle

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  1. Hi Rochelle,
    I am so pleased to know you are still with us on the podcast. Sorry the laptop isn’t working out with it though. But pleased the tablet works with it. May God’s nearness of love make all giving to God a release of affection…
    Warmly,
    Todd

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